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Just a few weeks ago we reported on Nestle’s purchase of a well in Ontario: the company outbid the local community in an effort to expand their enterprise in Canada where they currently can pump water from the ground at a rate of $3.71 per million liters of water. The government of the Township of […]

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Acid rain is a general term used to describe any precipitation containing sulfuric or nitric acid. Caused primarily by human activity, acid rain can have a devastating effect on ecosystems by altering the pH of lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams. Causes of Acid Rain A small amount of acid rain occurs naturally, originating in sources […]


Many consumers may believe, based on the flowing rivers in promotional images and logos, that Nestle’s bottled water products derive their water from locations where fresh water is abundant. As opposing forces clash in Ontario, Canada over the intended purchase of land and well water, however, it’s becoming clear that big water companies take water […]


When the sun is beating down and you want to cool off chances are you may bring your family to the local water park. The wave pools and slides are a terrific way to freshen up on a hot day, but there are several subtle dangers of water parks you may not be aware of. […]


Most of the cleaning products under your kitchen sink contain plenty of harsh chemicals. It’s important for our environment to release as few synthetic chemicals as possible back into the atmosphere. But without these products how can you expect to clean your house? Luckily, you can make virtually any type of cleaning product you need […]